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Entries in terroir (2)

Tuesday
Nov192013

Brunch is Now Terroir-fied or Whatever

Terroir Terroir Terroir. Since around the time they opened up in the former Great Lakes space back in September of 2012, I've been by once every month or two. I was there in November for my 38th birthday and took a "Wine 101" class in February of this year. As a result, over time I've become relatively chummy with a few of the folks there.

Then, late last week when I was wondering what the fuck I was going to do on Sunday for my 39th birthday, I got an email from Terroir. They were letting me know that, starting on Sunday, they'd be doing brunch again and going forward they'd be doing so on both Saturdays and Sundays (11am-3pm). In addition to a new brunch menu, they're also now rocking a full liquor license. In short, if I was free on Sunday, I should totally come by to check it out.

The moral: Planning birthday stuff is stupid. Just let it come to you. Wu wei or some shit.

On Sunday, the lady friend and I arrived right around 2pm to a space that was relaxed but pretty much empty, not the typical Terroir setting. Apparently the place had been hopping til 1pm approached and people took off to watch the Jets lose again. I was still a bit fatigued from the previous evening’s festivities so I, for one, welcomed the relaxed atmosphere, where we were able to just chill at the bar. Thank god for football, I guess.

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Tuesday
Jan242012

Manhattan Wine Bar Moving Into Great Lakes

Photo via NY Eater

As we first reportedTerroir, the self-described "elitist wine bar for everyone" with locations in the East Village, Tribeca and Murray Hill, will soon be opening their first Brooklyn location. 

Owners Marco Canora and Paul Grieco recently confirmed that they'll be moving into Great Lakes' old space on 5th Ave and 1st Street. They have not announced an opening date.

This will come as wonderful news to all of the Brooklynites that have left rave reviews about their food and wine on the joint's Yelp page.

[Via Eater]